Agriculture, Fatehpur News – When water gets into the canal, rice planting begins

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Fatehpur. Due to the lack of water availability in the canal, the farmers cannot continue the agricultural work. Farmers say that when water gets into the canal, rice transplantation should begin. The channel has been blocked for three months. More than half of June has also passed, but there is no water in the canals until now.
The district’s farmers irrigate extensively crops from the Ramganga Canal, Lower Ganga Canal, and the district’s Zarauli Pump Canal. In the kharif season, farmers on about 75 thousand hectares of arable land prepare their crops on the basis of canal irrigation. In this, 22,000 hectares of crops from Ramganga and 53,000 hectares from the lower Ganga Canal are irrigated. The water of the Jarauli Pump Canal comes from the lower Ganga Canal itself.
During the Rabi season, the water in the canals was closed on March 15th. Rice gardening was prepared as such by the farmers, but now it is necessary to fill the fields with water for transplanting. In return, the farmers expect water to enter the canal.

Fatehpur. Due to the lack of water availability in the canal, the farmers cannot continue the agricultural work. Farmers say that when water gets into the canal, rice transplantation should begin. The channel has been blocked for three months. More than half of June has also passed, but there is no water in the canals until now.

The district’s farmers irrigate extensively crops from the Ramganga Canal, Lower Ganga Canal, and the district’s Zarauli Pump Canal. In the kharif season, farmers on about 75 thousand hectares of arable land prepare their crops on the basis of canal irrigation. In this, 22,000 hectares of crops from Ramganga and 53,000 hectares from the lower Ganga Canal are irrigated. The water of the Jarauli Pump Canal comes from the lower Ganga Canal itself.

During the Rabi season, the water in the canals was closed on March 15th. Rice gardening was prepared as such by the farmers, but now it is necessary to fill the fields with water for transplanting. In return, the farmers expect water to enter the canal.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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